Not all the reading I do is for fun.
Sadly, this post is (mostly!) about work stuff. But, oh well, whachagonnado, it turns out work takes a significant amount of headspace. And I kind of have to do it (work) if I want to pay rent, so here we are.
Anyway. I am posting this mostly to myself: I want to keep some sort of diary of what I read, but most importantly, I want to track stuff I read that resonated in one way or another.
Just for this week, I am going to see what happens if I post the links without any further comment.
- Expand/Contract: making a breaking change without a big bang.
- Is the hierarchy really a problem?
- How to build a bike lane in America
- Cognitive Load for Knowledge Work
- An intuitive documentation strategy
- First decide how to decide: “one weird trick” for easier decisions
- Setting Clearer Expectations: The Compass vs. Map Method
- Why these former tech workers became sex workers — and love their new lives
- How to Boss Without Being Bossy
- Software is Complicated, Given Enough Time